The FLYY Movement
WHAT, HOW, AND WHY WE ARE HERE
The FLYY Movement started on October 7, 2007 at The Women’s Expo. Sistah Anyangō was preparing to do a Zumba® demo and was handed the mic to introduce herself. “Freedom to Love the You in You” came out of her mouth, and FLYY was born. From 2007 to the present, FLYY has helped hundreds of women and her relations find community, explore their passion and purpose, and find their way to live their authentic selves. It has never been an option to stop; always an opportunity to grow, shift, expand. FLYY has grown from FLYY Fitness, LLC to FLYY Fitness Healing & the Arts, to now, The FLYY Movement! The future holds The Asantewaa Healing Gardens which will be a retreat site that houses a space for movement, but also creates areas for meditation and reflection, gathering spaces, walking trails and more.
Exclusive FLYY Entrepreneurs
LET'S SUPPORT EACH OTHER!
Danny Jones of Papparazzi
Paparazzi Accessories are always fabulous, always fashionable, and always $5. With new styles added daily, you can shop anytime and look like a million without breaking the bank! Find that perfect pop of color, fall in love with a new statement piece, or step out of your comfort zone and try one of the hottest trends of the season - the choice is yours.
Milton Brooks of KenzieKare
Get all your natural products from this one stop shop. If you ask there's a great chance I can get it. Our body oils are amazing too!!
Greg Drayton of Socksbygeegee
Socks that make a statement! The latest in funky, fashionable socks!
Fallon & Farren Africanwares
Modern Afrocentric clothing items that have been dramatically updated to fit in your style today. We carry Dashikis, skirt, pants and dresses in beautiful jewel tone colors.
Bahati Benjamin of Belebe
Balebe is lifestyle brand committed to preserving the art and practice of beading to promote creativity, healing and community building.
Shirene Brown of Naturally Made by Shirene, LLC2
Naturally Made by Shirene, LLC is a brand that thrives on bringing you confidence. From skincare to "what to wear", the message of each product should say "I love the skin I'm in".of Naturally Made by Shirene
Dennis Brunelle of Dennis Brunelle Photography
Leslie Gomez of LMG Photography
Margaret Hagins of Favor Photos
Kenneth Combs of KCombs Photography
Lizz Riley of 5 Diamond Photography
Keith Claytor of Time Frozen Photography
Shariffa Mason of Reef's Views
Aaron Ellis of The DRM Team
Dwight Delano of Big Nickel Productions
Alexander Alvarez of EMS Media Photography & Video Production
J. McCauley of DBA Lightsource Productions
Qiana Coachman Strickland aka DJ Q Boogie
Thomas Riley of 5 Diamond Productions